Some of the classics of mine I could lead would be:

Rejoice – studio recording

Praise The Lord O My Soul – recording

The Spirit’s Fire – recording (by the way I do a reggae version of this if you’re interested)

I Need Your Love w Rap demo – this is a demo with a rapper, in case you wanted to do something with someone who raps or some spoken word or something

His Hands – slow demo  (by the way here is a dance version of this song we did at Youth Camp for fun:  His Hands – EDM version)

Anchor for the Soul – tennessee  – this is demo of how I was gonna do this song with Speech at the Reach Conference, before he wasn’t able to make it

Home In Heaven – this one always gets the crowd going – I am not sure it’s sung in other places besides SW churches?

Lead Me To The Rock – recording – same with this one


Some of the popular Contemporary songs I can do unplugged:

10,000 Reasons (Bless the Lord) – Matt Redman recording

Blessed Be Your Name – recording, Matt Redman – I do a little lower key

Everlasting God – recording, Brenton Brown

Hallelujah (Your Love Makes Me Sing) – recording

Lord Reign In Me – I do a little faster and more upbeat

Jesus Messiah – Chris Tomlin recording – I do a little lower key

Whom Shall I Fear  – I do a little lower key

Amazing Grace (My Chains Are Gone) – recording  – I do a little lower key

You asked about any dance type ones that I do unplugged and I honestly couldn’t really come up with one – those are so reliant on the band and groove of them (the Hillsong Young and Free stuff)


Some new songs I could teach:

let me rest demo – I taught this one in my class at the Denver conference a couple weeks ago and it went over really well

drive my fears away 9-14-17 – haven’t done anything with this one yet but it’s pretty vulnerable and intimate, might be good for an audience of artists

Shadow of Your Wings – this one is a few years old – our church loves to sing this one

Bent on Conquest – this is an upbeat one from an ICMC  – we’ve done it with the LA Church

Breakthrough – this one was a Southwest Conference theme – people like this one too